King David

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Adam De Lanark
1355/6 as a confessor of King David II of Scotland he retained this royal position through the 1350s and into the 1360s Adam received a number of English safe-conducts (between May 1356 ... at the papal court, he probably presented a roll of petitions on behalf of King David II and did receive a number of faculties in order to grant dispensations in the bishopric of Galloway ... attender of royal councils and parliaments until 1371, when his patron David II died and was replaced on the throne by David II's long-time rival, Robert Stewart, Earl of ...
Adi Bitar - Early Years - King David Hotel Bombing
... The British had chosen the King David Hotel as their headquarters in a secure zone, thus requiring a pass to enter ... On July 22, 1946, the King David Hotel was bombed by members of Irgun — a militant Zionist organization ...
List Of Artifacts Significant To The Bible - Artifacts - 10th Century BC
... Large Stone Structure – possible site of King David's palace (tentatively dated to 10th to 9th century BCE) ... the Millo, or part of the Large Stone Structure, which has been suggested as being part of King David's palace ... located outside the Temple of Amun at Karnak.(1 Kings 2 ... Chronicles 121–12) ...
Alexander Bur
... He entered the service of King David II of Scotland sometime after 1343, perhaps as a member of David's exiled court at Château Gaillard ... he also held a canonry), on that date King David petitioned Pope Clement VI for another canonry in the bishopric of Moray ... In the autumn of this year King David II made an expedition into the north, apparently to escape the effects of the Black Death ...
List Of Women In The Bible - A
... Abigail – The mother of Amasa, Sister of David ... of the wicked Nabal, who became a wife of David after Nabal's death ... I Chronicles Abishag – Concubine of aged King David ...

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